• Julie Dennis

    About Julie Dennis

    Julie Dennis is a fitness coach specializing in weight loss and body transformation results. She is a level 4 skilled personal trainer and a qualified member of the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). Julie also holds a UK Athletics Leadership in Running Fitness qualification. Prior to training as a fitness coach and establishing herself in the health & fitness industry, Julie spent over 20 years behind a desk in London employed in a variety of roles in the management consultancy, executive search and mining industries. Whilst working as part of a global team at Rio Tinto Julie experienced first hand the challenges of incorporating fitness and wellbeing into an international travel schedule. A keen marathon runner she often found running whilst on a long a haul trip an ideal reliever for jet lag.


    Five airport fitness facilities you have to try

    by  • May 25, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Airports are not often renowned for their fitness facilities….. When international travel is part of your job description you spend a lot of wasted hours at airports.  Even if business and first-class travel mean you’re likely to skip the queues at check-in you’ve still then got a couple of hours waiting time before your...

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    Four Fitness Apps for 2018

    by  • April 23, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Fitness Apps are becoming increasingly popular to use during a business trip. Staying on track with your fitness goals can be tricky when you’re on the road or working overseas for business.  You don’t have your usual kit, trainer or even access to a gym.  So what can you do to maintain your fitness?...

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    Stansted Airport: Where you can exercise en route

    by  • March 23, 2018 • Stansted • 0 Comments

    There are a surprising number of fitness opportunities in and around airports you can take advantage of when travelling for business.  Opportunities that require little time or equipment but will benefit you enormously in terms of reducing travel stress and ensuring you arrive at your destination refreshed and ready to go.  We recently reviewed...

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    What time of the day is the best time to exercise?

    by  • February 16, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    One of the questions I’m asked most frequently is “What time of day is the best time to exercise?” My answer is usually, “what’s the best time for you?” Work, travel, family, friends and unforeseen events can all interfere with your best intentions so rather than worrying about the optimum time for exercise just...

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    Top Five Fitness Trends for Business Travellers in 2018

    by  • January 3, 2018 • Uncategorized • 1 Comment

    Now in its twelfth year, the American College of Sports Medicine surveys thousands of fitness professionals to forecast the next year’s most popular fitness trends. Last year’s no 1 Wearable Technology remains in the top 3 whilst High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) jumps to the top spot. 1.  HIIT High-Intensity Interval training simply means exercising...

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    Time saving tips for staying fit on the go

    by  • November 24, 2017 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    You know exercise keeps you physically fit, energises you, boosts your brain power and relieves stress.  The evidence is substantial.  Yet despite this, it’s often the first thing to be dropped when you’re out of your normal routine and travelling for business. The result is at a time when you need to be on...

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    Why exercise should be part of business travel

    by  • August 7, 2017 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    When you think about exercise and creating a workout plan to fit in with your travel schedule the focus tends to be on how that exercise will make you physically stronger or fitter.  How your blood pressure will lower, your cholesterol will stabilize and your heart will be healthier. However, studies also show that...

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